Question about Heating & Cooling
Does the condenser fan start? If not then check your circuit breakers or fuses. If the outside fan is running then check the capacitor. You can check it with a multimeter that has the capacitor check function. You can also look at it and see if it looks expanded. That's a good sign it is bad. Take it with you to get a new one. If it's good then your compressor may have an overload that needs to be reset or the compressor may be bad. Look at the circuit board in the outside unit to see if there are any flashing lights. There should be something printed on the board close to them to tell you what the different sequences of flashes mean. Let me know what you find.
Posted on May 03, 2010
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